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Penal Code Part 9

Chapter II

Articles 211 bis 1: Whoever without authorization modifies, destroys or causes loss of information contained in computer systems or computer equipments protected by security measures, shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of six months to two years and to fines of one hundre to three hundred days.
Whoever without authorization obtains access to or copies information contained in computer systems or computer equipments protected by security measures, shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of three months to one year and to fines of fifty to one hundred and fifty days.

Articles 211 bis 2: Whoever without authorization modifies, destroys or causes loss of information contained in governmental computer systems or computer equipments protected by security measures, shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of one year to four years and to fines of one hundred to six hundred days.
Whoever without authorization obtains access to or copies information contained in governmental computer systems or equipments protected by security measures, shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of six months to two years and fines of one hundred to three hundred days.

Article 211 bis 4: Whoever without authorization modifies, destroys or causes loss of information contained in computer systems or computer equipments of institutions as part of the financial system protected by security measures, shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of six months to four years and fines of one hundred to six hundred days.
Whoever without authorization obtains access to or copies information contained in computer systems or computer equipments of institutions as part of the financial system protected by security measures, shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of three months to two years and fines of fifty to three hundred days.